Rabu, 27 Januari 2010
Rumah Idaman “BERITA : BINCANG PROPERTI: Ciputra: Green Property Bisa Hemat Maintenance” plus 3 more
- BERITA : BINCANG PROPERTI: Ciputra: Green Property Bisa Hemat Maintenance
- BERITA : World Influential Figures Flock at FIABCI in Bali
- BERITA : Dubes Inggris Berkunjung ke Lippo Village
- BERITA : A Need of Clarity on Foreign Ownership on The Eve of FIABCI
Posted: 27 Jan 2010 08:54 AM PST
Rabu, 27/1/2010 | 23:54 WIB
Pak Ci pernah menjadi Presiden FIABCI dunia. Mungkin Bapak bisa menjelaskan pengalaman Presiden FIABCI dunia.
Setelah itu kami mendengar ada ferederasi real estat sedunia. Saya sebagai ketua pendiri, mengajak teman-teman bagaimana kita bergabung juga real estate sedunia. Kami bergabung ke sana. Tidak semua anggota Asia Pasifik bergabung ke sana. Kemudian kami ajak teman-teman bergabung ke sana.
Dengan demikian, kita bergabung di dua asosiasi, Asia Pasifik dan dunia. Kemudian kami adalah perintis, dua (asosiasi) menjadi satu. Asia Pasifik jadi bagian dari dunia. Lima tahun kita berbicara, ada yang pro dan yang kontra. Akhirnya gagasan Indonesia berhasil, kita gabung menjadi satu (federasi).
Seberapa jauh kalangan properti Indonesia menyadari manfaat federasi real restate internasional ini?
Dan saya mengakui, kalau ada yang berhasil dari saya, antara lain saya belajar dari FIABCI. Saya juga melakukan investasi di luar negeri, ke beberapa negara, karena saya juga mendapat pengalaman dari FIABCI. Jadi untuk yang besar-besar, saya rasa (FIABCI) bermanfaat. Tetapi yang kecil-kecil juga, seharusnya mereka bisa menarik manfaat. Dan saya gembira FIABCI makin populeri di Indonesia.
Kongres FIABCI pada tahun ini di Bali mengambil tema seputar green property. Konsep green property seperti apa yang akan dikembangkan di Indonesia?
Saya dengar juga DKI mulai bulan Mei akan menerapkan green property dimulai dari Jakarta. Saya gembira sekali karena kerusakan lingkungan itu, tentu sesudah pabrik-pabrik dan sesudah kendaraan, itu properti yang dianggap menganggu kerusakan lingkungan, dianggap memanaskan bumi ini. Jadi tepat sekali tema yang dipilih.
Konsep green property tentu bukan sekadar memberi nuansa hijau pada proyek-proyek properti, tetapi juga bagaimana melakukan hemat energi dalam penggunaan listrik, AC, melakukan daur ulang sampah dan air kotor. Apakah ke depan Indonesia sudah siap menerapkan konsep green property, eco-property?
(Tema) ini tepat sekali. Karena kita harus bersama-sama bertanggung jawab atas dunia ini. Dan satu hal yang harus Anda ingat, (ini) punya faktor promosi untuk proyek tersebut. Kalau Anda mengatakan gedung Anda platinum, Anda bisa menjual sedikit lebih mahal. Dan saya yakin jangka panjang green property itu akan menghemat dalam bidang maintenance. Karena di sanalah tentang energi, tentang air, termasuk tentang pengolahan, akan lebih efisien. Kalau seluruh dunia ke arah sana, memang investasi pertama lebih mahal, dan buat kita handicap itu bunga bank mahal. Namun demikian, saya percaya, jangka panjang, manfaatnya bagi dunia akan besar sekali.
Tren properti pada tahun 2010 dan tahun-tahun mendatang, menurut Pak Ci, akan menerapkan eco property?
Apa kira-kira ada jangka waktu untuk bisa menerapkan konsep ini?
Percakapan dengan Robert Adhi Ksp
Posted: 26 Jan 2010 07:13 AM PST
Selasa, 26/1/2010 | 22:13 WIB
JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - A number of world caliber figures will attend the 61st International Real Estate Federation (FIABCI) World Congress scheduled to be held in Nusa Dua, Bali, May 24-28, 2010. Among which are CEO and founder of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg, Temasek CEO Madame Ho Ching, and former US President Bill Clinton.
The State Public Housing Minister, Soeharso Monoarfa, and the Indonesian Real Estate central board chairman, Teguh Satria, confirmed this, Tuesday, Jakarta. Pingki Elka Pangestu, chief organizer for the 61st FIABCI conference and also the deputy chief of property from the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin), James T. Riady, were also present at the press conference.
The 2010 FIABCI World Congress is themed "Save the World: Green Shoots for Sustainable Real Estate". The congress is an annual gathering attended by the stakeholders of the world's property industry and hundreds of delegates from over 60 countries and from various professional backgrounds, such as property developers, brokers, government officials, consultants, and even lawyers. FIABCI has a member of 120 professional real estate organizations that represent 1.5 million professionals and 3,300 real estate practitioners.
"President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is scheduled to inaugurate the FIABCI World Congress in Bali, and also give a keynote speech regarding global issues and continuous economic development," stated Soeharso Monoarfa.
A number of international figures scheduled to attend the FIABCI congress in Bali are Madame Ho Ching (Executive Director & Temasek CEO from Singapore), Bill Clinton (former US President), Po Si Lai (Governor of Chongching province, China), Xu Jiayin (Chairman of Evergrande Real Estate Group, the biggest property company listed in the Hongkong stock exchange), Madame Zhang Xin (Founder of SOHO China, property millionaire and known as one of the prominent international female figure in transforming the architectural landscape of Beijing city).
Other world figures invited are Jacques Herzog (Swiss architect renowned for his innovative Bird's Nest Beijing National Stadium for the 2008 Beijing Olympics), Skidmore, Owing & Merril (SOM, architects based in Chicago, USA, renowned for designing the Nurj Dubai, currently the highest building on earth), Mohamed Ali Alabbar (Emaar Chairman, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, one of the biggest property companies in the world).
And also, the FIABCI World Congress organizers are inviting Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook CEO, the young US entrepreneur who founded the Facebook social networking site), James T. Riady (Lippo Group CEO, Indonesia), Kiew Mun Leong (President & CEO of CapitaLand, the biggest property company in Singapore which is innovating company funding), Ken Yeang (the Malaysian architect renowned for his environment friendly home deisng), Dato' Yeoh (Chairman of YTL Land & Dev Bhd, one of the prominent conglomerate from Malaysia who owns a number of environment friendly projects).
Other illustrious figures scheduled to appear are Peter Barge (Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels Chairman, Singapore, the world class hotel consultant much involved in advising the hotel industry, whether in business transactions, operationals, and environment friendly concepts), David Makes (owner of Menjangan Resort, Bali, the unique resort project that presents the natural scenery of the West Bali National Park), Ridwan Kamil (the young architect who designs with balanced economical, social, and ecological aspects), and Made Wijaya (the Australian architect who has resided in Indonesia for 30 years, then created landscape designs and architectures that reflect the local culture).
As speakers, there will also be the State Public Housing Minister, Soeharso Monoarfa; Jero Wacik, the minister of culture and tourism; Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika; national property figure Ciputra; and the Indonesian Kadin chief, M.S. Hidayat.
According Teguh Satria, through the FIABCI congress, Indonesia intends to urge property stakeholders from around the world to commit and take part in sustainable development in all aspects, especially in economy, social environments, and culture. The congress will discuss critical issues in the industry, such as innovations, funding, eco-property, and tourism.
The FIABCI congress in Bali will proceed for five days, and will be segmented into some activities. The first three days, the congress will be focused more on committee meetings attended by all the FIABCI board from around the world. Upon this opportunity there will also be the election of the new 2011-2012 FIABCI Chairman.
"We will also hold the Prix d'Excellence Awards, which is the arena to award the best property works in 2010, including nine of Indonesia's best," Teguh Satria concluded. (Robert Adhi Ksp/C17-09)
Posted: 26 Jan 2010 07:01 AM PST
Selasa, 26/1/2010 | 22:01 WIB
TANGERANG, KOMPAS.com - Duta Besar Inggris Martin Hatfull dan istrinya Phyllis Hatfull hari Selasa (26/1/10) meninjau Hotel Aryaduta Lippo Village dan Imperial Country Club di Lippo Village, Tangerang. Dubes Inggris dan istri menerima penjelasan dari Senior Executive PT Lippo Karawaci Tbk Gordon Benton, didampingi CEO Hotel Aryaduta Group Jessica Quantero.
Dubes Inggris Martin Hatfull juga berkunjung ke kampus Universitas Pelita Harapan (UPH), Sekolah Pelita Harapan, Imperial Klub Golf (IKG).
Manajemen PT Lippo Karawaci Tbk menyampaikan presentasi mengenai sustainability scenario kota Lippo Village dari posisi unsustainable menuju sustainable di mana pada suatu urban development setiap aspek kota meliputi sumber penggunaan lahan, pangan, air, energi, transportasi, limbah padat dan lansekap haruslah terkordinasi dalam setiap aspeknya untuk membuat kota itu 'sehat' dan membuat lingkungan huniannya nyaman.
Kunjungan Dubes Inggris ini diharapkan dapat membuka kemungkinan kerja sama dengan investor dari Inggris.
Posted: 26 Jan 2010 04:11 AM PST
Selasa, 26/1/2010 | 19:11 WIB
JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - The issue of foreign ownership in the Indonesian property must be resolved before the World Congress by the International Real Estate Federation (FIABCI) in Bali next May 2010. This issue is urgent to solve as the future of Indonesian property lies in it as one of its foundation.
This was stated by the State Public Housing Minister, Soeharso Monoarfa; the Indonesian Real Estate central board chairman, Teguh Satria; and deputy chief of property from the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin), James T. Riady, Tuesday.
The State Public Housing Minister, Soeharso Monoarfa confirms that the issue of foreign ownership is still under consideration, and of course the sooner it's resolved the better. While Teguh Satria, REI central board chairman, hopes that the regulation that allows foreign citizens to own Indonesian property can be ratified before the FIABCI congress in Bali.
Currently the Indonesian property business is not as competitive as those in other Asian countries, such as Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and China, and in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). "Property rights in Malaysia and Singapore can be valid for 99 years, or even for 999 years," said Teguh Satria. In Malaysia there is a "my second home" program, Thailand has "long stay" program, the Philippines the "retired" program, all of which invite foreigners to own property there. "Only Indonesia is left behind due to unconducive regulations on the property industry."
James Riady: make it 80 years
The deputy chief of property from Kadin, James T. Riady, believes that the government should resolve three issues before the FIABCI World Congress in Bali starts.
"First the Kadin asks that the right of every citizen with a residence or house to be respected. That's so the citizen's main asset can have a high value and can be made into a business capital.
Therefore the Building Rights on Land should be made for 80 years. Currently people always extend it. Imagine if every valuable asset of the people can be pledged to start a business."
Second, said James, who is also the CEO of Lippo Group, foreign ownership should be allowed for 70-80 years. "In Singapore it can be for 99 years, or even 999 years. We'll be giving way for foreign parties to build in Indonesia. This has been done on other Asian countries, including China and the UAE."
The point is, he stated, not to restrict foreign parties, but to give insentives. For example, inspection at airports shouldn't be complicated. "Foreigners bring a tremendous domino effect. They have (need for) house-keepers, drivers, doctors, and other things."
Third, the land title strata for offices and apartments, and land use rights, should be joined into just the land use rights. "If the government can do all three before the FIABCI Congress in May, the Indonesian property industry will roll. So far the property industry has not moved on in Indonesia, while in many countries it already is." James added that this can be realized without waiting for the regulations.
He said that foreign ownership for Indonesian property should be limited to over 100,000 US dollars or around Rp. 1 billion, referring on the prices of premium apartments in Jakarta which are around 10 to 20 million US dollars. This policy will motivate new infrastructure constructions and, most importantly, the property industry would become more lucrative.
James also believes that the government should set aside 5 percent of the gross domestic product for infrastructure constructions. "Currently it's only one percent. Indonesia is definitely behind Singapore and China that both allocate 5 percent of their GDP for constructing infrastructures." (Robert Adhi Ksp/C17-09)
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